Understanding Video Game Graphics Display Settings

ReviverSoft:"Whenever a PC gamer — or just someone using a PC that feels like playing a video game — decides they want to, well, game, they tend to encounter the questions of whether or not their system is compatible (read: strong enough) to handle whatever they want to play on it. Whether you have a gaming beast or something that just barely scrapes the compatibility requirements for the title you’re playing, you may decide that either your graphics or your fps (frames per second) are unsatisfactory. (fps means that a low amount of frames can make the game jittery and harm your experience, especially if you play games that require quick reactions.)"

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Need4Game1691d ago (Edited 1691d ago )

Ultra Settings!!!

kmanmx1691d ago

It's pretty simple. If you want performance set stuff to low. If you want it pretty set it to High/Ultra. If you have a great rig, you can get the best of both.

If you run a very high resolution, you can set the AA lower to gain back some FPS. If you run a low resolution, you can set higher AA to get rid of aliasing.

Settings such as AA, Tessellation, SSAO, HBAO, kill performance and are amongst the first things to disable if you are having performance issues.

VSync will either run at 60Fps, 30fps, or 15fps. As soon as your frame rate droops below 60fps it will lock your framerate to 30fps. So if you want as high as frames as possible, turn it off.

VSync and tripple buffering are also key causes of input lag, so if you are having problems in that area, try and turn those settings off too.


dcj05241690d ago

Yeah, its not that hard.

2pacalypsenow1690d ago

For me its Ultra or nothing i hate the fact that i could get better looking graphics but i cant use them